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    Drawing influence from punk, hard rock, and country, alt-rockers Soul Asylum came out of the 1980s Minneapolis college-rock scene (then led by the Replacements and Hüsker Dü) and went on to have a grunge hit with their 1992 Grammy-winning single “Runaway Train.” The song was huge on MTV and its parent album, Grave Dancers Union, went triple-platinum. However, those that only know Soul Asylum for this one song may be interested in checking out the band’s 1986 Bob Mould-produced album, Made to Be Broken, as well as its 1988 Lenny Kaye-produced LP, Hang Time. And even after the death of founding bassist Karl Mueller in 2005, Soul Asylum continues to release albums today. Their strong performances and emotionally salient songs are all the more powerful on vinyl.
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